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IBS 2014: InvisiDoor Hidden-bookcase-door Hardware

comments (1) March 14th, 2014 in Blogs
JFink Justin Fink, Senior Editor

Video Length: 2:12
Produced by: Colin Russell and Justin Fink

In this episode of Project House, I meet up with builder and longtime Fine Homebuilding contributer Gary Striegler at InvisiDoor's booth at the International Builder's Show in Vegas. Gary shows off his new favorite hardware which he recently used to create a hidden-panel door in a custom home in Arkansas.

Plus, watch more features from IBS 2014.

posted in: Blogs, cabinets, doors, built-ins, IBS 2014

Comments (1)

ChuckB ChuckB writes: Cool idea. I'd be curious to know if the door assembly needed any kind of cross-bracing to keep it from racking over time. It looks like the demo has a 3/4-in. back, but I could see the front of the frame twisting, especially if it was carrying weight.

Posted: 2:28 pm on March 17th

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